Golden Rule Society, Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   1 review


815 Alameda Blvd Coronado CA 92118 USA


"Goals, Philosophy & Challenge".

We provide anyone and everyone a free copy of our GRS Success Program which includes the "Action Plan for Living", the "Prayer for World Peace", the"Two Dozen Dumb Things People do to Mess up Their Lives, the "Honor Pledge" plus others.
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Captain Len Kaine, USN-retired President


C) Programs: Our website is the place for everyone to get their free personal copies of our "G3G Success"program. It's the fastest growing and soon to be the largest team of winners in the world. We also offer free fund raising programs for all churches, charities and non-profit groups. The Programs are available and/or in use in every state of the USA and at least 15 other countries plus the Islands of Guam and Puerto Rico. Everyone can start getting their free member benefits today. Our Golden Rule Society is led and managed by non-paid volunteers. We've been helping children (of all ages), churches and charities since 1972.Anyone can become a member just by signing up in the Member's Benefits Area of our website. It's free to all. There are no dues and no mandatory meetings. We simply ask people to promise that they will live the Golden Rule. All the informational, motivational and educational materials are free. Plus, we have plenty of other nice surprises in our Members Area. No one has ever given us a good reason not to sign up. Most everyone that joins with us stays with us. Obviously they're pleased with our services. We keep all personal information confidential and never share it with anyone.Go to:

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I became involved with the GRS when my Multiple-Birth-Raised-Apart (MBRA) brother Noe GATES GALLEGO wrote a story about how a GRS volunteer saved a person from jumping off the Coronado Bridge. President Len KAINE worked with various PR projects and helped get at least $1-billion in pledges for real estate investments in supporting the World Vision Support Network (WVSN) efforts at providing success with Money, Media and Mentors for students.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

... developing programs to bring their GRS success since 1972 into the global level via the Money, Media and Mentors (M3) Programs to assist Veterans and their families (MAP Veteran Interns or MVI) in a global GRS Association in partnership global groups.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Replicate the success of DoD leadership worldwide by developing a global structure of leaders in the communities via the MAP Programs. The, and provides for $10,000+ Google Grants for each 501c3.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

working with President Len KAINE who makes an effort to understand various issues and allows a review of all sides of the story so that the negative people are not rewarded more than the positive people. E-mail: for info.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

Very open to learning the new technologies of the younger generation so these are the better example of senior citizens than the ones that are not willing to learn and are set in their old unsuccessful ways.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Make a great impact in resolving the world problems in developing successful leaders via global Central Directors, Field Interns and Support Mentors. We hope to help get more billion dollar pledges and funding to expand the work of via GRS Associations.

Ways to make it better...

GRSA can have a way to clone a leader like CEO Captain Len KAINE all over the world via multiple time zones. We are striving to get that done via the global MAP92112 Programs to help veterans.

In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

Continuing to expand its programs and develop teams to implement larger budgets as billions of funds are being used to supplement the work of the basic core of volunteers.

One thing I'd also say is that...

Thanks for the support of all the GRS core volunteers and we pray that you have all long lives so that your efforts can continue to help more community members throughout the future

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